Question about iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player
Reboot your computer.?
Posted on Sep 30, 2007
Well, downloading from LimeWire, Ares, Morpheus and the like is a murky sea. You should use pay services like eMusic, Napster (yes, it's a legal service now), iTunes, Sony's own Connect service, (or for free from an artists' PureVolume (www.purevolume.com) page, from Archive.org (if you're a Deadhead), or from the artist website). Everytime i've used Limewire, it has not hurt my computer, but you should be wary of what you download.
Posted on Aug 08, 2007
If you are concerned about security (and this is wise), then using your CDs would certainly be the safest. Depending on your player, you may have to convert the song files on your CD to MP3 files. To do this, you'll need a CD ripping program to copy the music files from your CD to your computer, and then convert them into MP3 files. There are many programs that do this, including the Windows Media Player you already have if you have a PC. After converting the files, downloading them onto your player will be fast and easy. You should have a cable to hook your player to your PC. Check your player instructions. When connected to your PC, it will as if you have an additional hard drive. You'll simply copy the files from your PC to this drive, unplug and off to the gym you go.
Posted on Jun 23, 2007
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